Sildaru finishes first on two days in Canada ({{commentsTotal}})


Estonian 12-year-old freestyle ski phenom Kelly Sildaru was best in the field for two days in a row at the Canadian Open.

She was unbeatable in the slopestyle on Saturday - her specialty - and in the half-pipe on Sunday.

Sildaru's scores in the first three showings were 90.8, 89.0 and 94.0, which would all have been enough for first; second-place finisher Rachael Anderson's score was 87.0.

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